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BCPS Expands Supper at School Program to Include Four New Sites

Wednesday, March 11, 2015
Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) participates in the Child Care Food Program, a federally funded program which provides healthy meals and snacks in the child care setting. Students enrolled in aftercare programs at the designated schools will enjoy a nutritious early supper at school. Meals will meet all USDA requirements and include a milk, fruit, vegetable, grain and meat (or meat alternate) and will be offered in the school’s cafeteria. The healthy meals are provided at no charge to students. The new sites include Ft. Lauderdale High School, Lauderdale Lakes Middle School, Crystal Lakes Middle School and Forest Hills Elementary School. 
BCPS Supper at School Program Sites:
Anderson, Boyd High McArthur High Walker Elementary
Apollo Middle McNicol Middle Welleby Elementary
Banyan Elementary New River Middle Wilton Manors Elementary
Bethune Elementary Nob Hill Elementary  
Blanche Ely High Norcrest Elementary  
Castle Hill Elementary Northeast High  
Coconut Palm Elementary Northside Elementary  
Colbert Elementary Nova Blanche Forman Elementary  
Crystal Lakes Middle Nova Eisenhower Elementary  
Deerfield Beach High Oakland Park Elementary  
Deerfield Park Elementary Orange Brook Elementary  
Dillard Elementary Park Lakes Elementary  
Dillard High Park Ridge Elementary  
Discovery Elementary Parkway Middle  
Driftwood Middle Piper High  
Fairway Elementary Plantation Elementary  
Forest Hills Elementary Plantation High  
Fort Lauderdale High Riverland Elementary  
Foster, Stephen Elementary Rock Island Elementary  
Hallandale Elementary Royal Palm Elementary  
Hollywood Park Elementary Sanders Park Elementary  
Lauderdale Lakes Middle Sheridan Park Elementary  
Lauderhill P.T. Elementary Sunland Park Elementary  
Marshall, Thurgood Elementary Sunshine Elementary  
USDA Notice:
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Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) is the sixth largest public school system in the United States and the second largest in the state of Florida. BCPS is Florida’s first fully accredited school system since 1962. BCPS has over 260,000 students and approximately 175,000 adult students in 238 schools, centers and technical colleges, and 99 charter schools. BCPS serves a diverse student population. Students are from 204 different countries and speak 135 different languages. For more information about BCPS, visit browardschools.com, follow us on Twitter @Browardschools, like us on Facebook at facebook.com/browardschools, and download the free BCPS mobile app.